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Lot 6146

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German Area, Germany, Mint and Used Stock, 1910-2000, displayed on 200 black cards, fully identified; better includes #B44-B48, B49-B57, B59-B67, B69-B78, B141, B292-B293, B310-B313, B316-B317, B318-B319, B327-B330, and much, much more; must be carefully examined for never hinged material, F.-V.F., a tremendous stock replacement. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.6 lbs. Scott $9,500 .
Suggested Bid $1,800
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Lot 6043



U.S., Seigle "R.P.O." Covers, more than 600 cards and covers with minimal duplication, all with "R.P.O." markings, packed into a long cover box; late 19th to mid-20th century, with most being early 20th, and including several illustrated advertising covers; includes nearly 200 from the late 1960s, many of them "Last Trips"; many have original purchase details. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.2 lbs.
Suggested Bid $1,500
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Lot 6222



Israel, Extensive First Day Collection, 1960s-2000s, which arrived to us in 13 boxes of various sizes; over 5000 covers (! and yes, they were counted), most appearing to be from the 1960s on; also included are mint sets, many with tabs, that catalogue nearly $7700—many still in the original Philatelic Agency envelopes they were mailed in (plus the actual covers, many franked with tabbed stamps); some stationery and souvenir leaves noted as well; clean and fresh throughout, this is the restocking opportunity you've been waiting for, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 95 lbs.
Suggested Bid $1,500
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Lot 6233



Worldwide, Postal History 1851-2000, approximately (1000) covers and cards in a large carton, includes first flight, censored, advertising, postal stationery, newspaper, first day, air letter, Concorde, Prexies, Inaugurations, Xmas Seals, RPO, Space, from Peru, Mexico, Cameroun, Nigeria, Newfoundland, Switzerland, Japan, Denmark, Germany, U.S., New Caledonia, Hong Kong, Guatemala, Jamaica, Barbados, a few better include Great Britain #28 on cover to Italy, 1928 Germany Graf Zeppelin flight cover, 1940 Japanese Special Service Post Burma cover, 1939 first flight Lisbon to Horta, an extraordinary collection with many choice items, mostly F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 16.2 lbs.
Suggested Bid $1,500
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Lot 6142

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German Area, Se-tenant Dealers Stock, from Empire to Bund, a two-inch binder filled with stock pages of Germany's Zusammendrücke, mint and used, all fully identified; begins with a selection of Germania booklet panes, and then runs through Reich and West Germany's Michel-prefixed K, KZ, RL, S, SK, W and WZ issues; interesting variety, several of the used items with no-nonsense cancels; generally fresh and sound, with bright colors and clean paper, F.-V.F. with better, a nice find for the specialist—and useful and valuable stock for the dealer. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs. Scott $10,300+ .
Suggested Bid $1,500
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Lot 6061



U.S., Flight and Space Pioneers, Collection of 42 Signed Covers, neatly arranged on Fleetwood cover pages or black stockpages; from the early years of Airmail flights to the space program, some of the greats are here, including Ovington (6), Hinton (7), BL Rowe (2), Doolittle, Anne Lindbergh (no Charles), John Glenn, Alan Bean, Michael Collins, White & McDivitt, and others, plus a group of artist/designer-signed Space-related covers; all covers cacheted for the affixed stamp issue, flight or event, with First Flights, Airmail Weeks, commemorative and dedication events, etc.; generally clean and sound, though a few older covers show signs of age; see them all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs.
Suggested Bid $1,500
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